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Enemy Reaction 2017: Recapping a crazy wild card weekend

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NFL: JAN 06 NFC Wild Card - Falcons at Rams Photo by Chris Williams/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

The Seattle Seahawks may not be in the playoffs, but that doesn’t mean I’m stopping Enemy Reaction for the season. Wild card weekend produced a stunning comeback from the Tennessee Titans, the elimination of the Los Angeles Rams, the Jacksonville Jaguars winning a close-but-boring game against the Buffalo Bills, and the New Orleans Saints hanging on in a thriller against the Carolina Panthers.

Let’s have some fun at the expense of others!


Tennessee Titans (Music City Miracles) vs. Kansas City Chiefs (Arrowhead Pride)

Travis Kelce gets free to double Kansas City’s lead (14-0 KC)

“Forward progress stopped” (14-0 KC)

Chiefs cap off excellent 1st half with Alex Smith touchdown to DeMarcus Robinson (21-3 KC)

Marcus Mariota throws touchdown to Marcus Mariota (21-10 KC)

Titans muff punt, but Chiefs’ Harrison Butker misses the field goal (21-10 KC)

Derrick Henry scampers for a 35-yard touchdown (21-16 KC)

Comeback complete! (22-21 TEN)

Derrick Henry fumbles, Chiefs recover for a touchdown, except he didn’t fumble, so it doesn’t count (22-21 TEN)

Derrick Henry sends the Titans to the next round with a 3rd and 10 rushing conversion (22-21 TEN Final)


Atlanta Falcons (The Falcoholic) vs. Los Angeles Rams (Turf Show Times)

Rams botch punt return, Falcons recover (0-0)

Falcons recover fumbled Pharaoh Cooper kick return (6-0 ATL)

Cooper Kupp gives the Rams some hope (13-7 ATL)

Julio Jones shuts the door on the Rams’ season (26-13 ATL Final)


Jacksonville Jaguars (Big Cat Country) vs. Buffalo Bills (Buffalo Rumblings)

Blake Bortles throws go-ahead touchdown to Ben Koyack (10-3 JAC)

Peterman’d (10-3 JAC FINAL)


New Orleans Saints (Canal Street Chronicles) vs. Carolina Panthers (Cat Scratch Reader)

Graham Gano shanks a 25-yard field goal (0-0)

Ted Ginn burns his former team (7-0 NO)

No one on the Panthers wants to cover Josh Hill (14-0 NO)

Christian McCaffrey pulls the Panthers to within five points (31-26 NO)

Saints go for it on 4th and 2, but Drew Brees is intercepted (31-26 NO)

Intentional grounding! (31-26 NO)

Cam Newton sacked by Vonn Bell, Saints win (31-26 NO FINAL)


See you all for the divisional round, which I must stress again, does not feature the Los Angeles Rams. Thanks for reading and go ‘Hawks!